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Journal: International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology(IJMET) (Vol.10, No. 2)

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Page : 908-917

Keywords : methodology; welding power sources; vocational training; students; welding works.;

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Professional education in Russia was subject to deep reformation. Changing priorities forced educational institutions (according to the new requirements of the Federal State Educational Standards) to look for tools to form graduates of new generation. Education in modern society has undergone significant changes. A large bias today is made on students' independence, mobility and their creative component development for quick adaptation in the future real professional activity. Among the main ways which help students to become professionals the authors note the method of conducting classes. Therefore, the purpose of the article is to review methodology for conducting practical training on the subject “Power sources for welding”. The authors conducted an experiment in which third-year students took part. The experiment was conducted in the first semester of 2018. Students completed the task of welding plates. The first group of students was trained using the project method during one semester, the second was taught in a traditional way. The results of the control task in the second group were at a rather low level whereas the first group showed a high percentage of error-free execution of the task. Thus, the authors proved the project method effectiveness and spoke about its benefits in the practical training of students in the course "Power sources for welding."

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